Three generations of yoga: Rani George, center, meditates with mother and daughter.
By Rani George
For the last three years, my daughter Anjuli and I have been offering a monthly workshop to explore the weaving of yoga with Family and Systemic Constellations.
As yoga teachers, we are grateful for the grounding that this connection to our Indian heritage provides. As Constellation facilitators, we are deeply conscious of the gift of working together as mother and daughter. We acknowledge my mother Mercy’s lifelong daily meditation and yoga practice, which often included her curious children and grandchildren, as sacred ground for our learning.
Through yoga, we have both experienced the deep joy of awareness and presence in our bodies. Asana, the poses which are only one of the many aspects of yoga, is focused predominantly on the body. Devotional chant can open the heart and allow expression of deeply held emotions. The poses and the chanting are designed to prepare the student for deep meditation.
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